4th August, 2017.
By Yunusa Abdullahi.
Governor Muhammed Umar Jibrilla has condemned in strongest term the Hated Speeches and Agitations made by Arewa and Igbo Youths from the South Eastern part of Nigeria for the disunity and disintegration of the nation.
The Governor made the comment when he granted in audience the Chairman Board of Trustees of Igbo Community in Diaspora Assembly Abuja Chapter, Chief Comrade Kalu Uche Kalu at Government House Yola recently.
Governor Muhammed Jibrilla assured Igbo people residing in Adamawa that the primary responsibility of the Government is to protect lives and properties of everyone, stressing that the Igbo community should feel freely and to continue with their normal businesses, adding that Adamawa state is their second home."" I want to assure you that Igbos residing in Adamawa state are also indigenes of the state "" he emphasised.
Earlier in his speech, the Chairman Board of Trustees of the Igbo Community in Diaspora Assembly Chief Comrade Kalu Uche Kalu has commended Governor Muhammed Umar Jibrilla for his giant strides in Roads infrastructural development, Education and Health sectors, provision of portable Drinking water and other social amenities to the people of Adamawa state.
He described Governor Bindow as a De-Tribalised leader, explaining that the Igbo Assembly is to promote unity ,peace harmony between Igbo community and other communities in the country.
Chief Kalu also assured that the umbrella of Igbos the World over will continue to support President Muhammadu Buhari in 2019 election and prayed for the quick recovery of President Muhammadu Buhari from his hospital bed in London.
He however commended the Present administration under President Muhammadu Buhari for restoring the lost glory of Nigeria and the fight against corruption and Insurgency in the country.
The Igbo leader also condemned the Agitations for Biafran nation by some undisgrunted Igbo Youths, pointingout that the unity and prosperity of Nigeria is paramount .
He however commended the cordial relationship existing between the Igbos and other communities in Adamawa state.